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Ten weeks gone and President Kirkman(Kiefer Sutherland)is still hung up over his wife’s death,as it turns out the First Lady was not killed by terrorists but by a man who ran a red light while texting.… More
An unexpected event leads Kirkman to consider canceling the House of Representative elections; Kirkman handles the fallout from the leaked news of Majid Nassar’s death.… More
An American track-and-field coach’s trip to Russia forces Kirkman into a hostage exchange involving the CIA and the Russian government; Agent Wells and Deputy Director Atwood’s investigation uncovers dangerous information.… More
A shooting at the White House during a governors’ summit throws President Kirkman’s plans to elect a new Congress into turmoil; Agent Hannah makes a shocking discovery in her investigation of the capitol bombing.… More
President Kirkman decided that he didn’t want to put any troops in danger so he was going to do an air strike where they thought Nassar was.… More
As the third episode begins we see Congressman MacLeish being rescued from the ruble that is the Capital. This bring some sort of happiness to everyone, if only for a short time.
As Tom calls for a meeting to review what needs to fixed with the government the White House power goes out.… More
What I like about the second episode is that they don’t waste time and the didn’t do something like skip to a week or month later.… More
As a lower-level cabinet member, Tom Kirkman never imagined something would happen that would catapult him to the oval office. When a devastating attack on the night of the State of the Union address claims the lives of the president and most of the Cabinet, the Housing and Urban Development secretary — who was named the designated survivor in case of such an event — finds himself promoted to leader of the free world.… More